List of 10 news stories.

  • St. John’s Announces New Athletic Director

    On March 31, St. John’s announced the appointment of Dennis Hart as the school’s new director of athletics. He will join the SJC faculty this summer.
  • St. John’s Welcomes New Assistant Principal for Student Life

    On March 30, St. John’s announced that Dana Watson will be joining the SJC community this summer as the school’s new assistant principal for student life.
  • Monroe Poston and Dana Woolfolk from the National Coalition for the Homeless shared their experiences with homelessness and advocacy with the junior class.

    Solidarity with the Poor

    From March 9-13, the St. John’s community engaged in its 12th annual Poverty Education Week (PEW).
  • David Street ’04, Noah Patton ’09 and Suzie Kowalewski  ’05 shared their service careers with the senior class.

    Leave to Serve

    On March 9, David Street ’04, Noah Patton ’09 and Suzie Kowalewski ’05 returned to campus to speak to the senior class about their service-oriented careers. 
  • Networking for Success

    On Jan. 3, St. John’s Alumni Council hosted their second annual SJC Young Alumni Business Network event for the classes of 2013-2019.
  • Lessons in Leadership

    On Dec. 12, St. John’s Cadet Corps Leadership Program welcomed former cadet colonel Kevin O’Keefe ’74 back to campus to speak about his career as a leader. 
  • A "Superior" Performance

    On Dec. 7, St. John’s Wind Ensemble participated in the Washington Archdiocesan Music Teachers Council (WAMTC) Band Festival at Our Lady of Good Counsel High School in Olney, MD. 
  • A Voice for Children

    On Dec. 4, Mark Shriver, president of the Save the Children Action Network (SCAN), spoke to St. John’s De La Salle Scholars in Frana Auditorium.
  • From left: Bro. Martin Zewe, Don and Laura Harlan, SJC President Jeff Mancabelli, Alison Ochoa, daughter of Maj. Gen. Ronald Beckwith ’53, Kiko Washington ’76 and Joe Bruno ’67

    The 2019 President’s Medal Celebration

    On Nov. 8, St. John’s celebrated the leadership of six members of the SJC community who were presented with the President’s Medal, the school’s highest honor. Traditionally, this medal is awarded to distinguished alumni and friends of the school who have given extraordinary service to St. John’s or to the world community.
  • Lasallians Celebrate a Decade of Association and 300 Years of Mission

    On Nov. 8, more than 5,000 Lasallian educators and Christian Brothers from 35 ministries across eastern North America gathered together, in person and virtually, to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Lasallian mission and to commemorate a decade of working together as a single network of educators.